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devolatilize

[‚dē′väl·ə·tə‚līz]
(chemical engineering)
To remove volatile components from a material.
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In addition, the solubility of the residual components has a key role in the stripping process because their initial concentrations will dictate the amount of stripping agent to be used as well as the retention time of the pellets in the devolatilization unit.
Coal Devolatilization and Hydrogasification, AIChE J.
Most reactor models contain sub-models for fluid-mechanics, particle dispersion, fuel devolatilization, gaseous combustion, heterogeneous char reaction and pollutant formation.
The models are the Functional Group Depolymerization, Vaporization, and Cross-linking Model [10], the FLASHCHAIN Model [11], and the Chemical Percolation Devolatilization Model [12].
The water was used as "temporary" plasticizer for lignin and was removed by devolatilization in a subsequent extruder portion to provide a water-free TPL.
In spite of the over eight decades that have elapsed since its discovery the conventional electrospinning process has no capabilities for conveying of particulate solids, mixing, devolatilization, and stripping, i.
Gneuss, a worldwide technology leader with regard to melt filtration systems, has set a milestone in the devolatilization of polymer melts.
Le, "Kinetics of Cracking and Devolatilization During Coking of Athabasca Residues," Ind.
The characteristic swelling during the devolatilization stage decreased, resulting in somewhat longer burning times.
Gasification for power production involves the devolatilization and conversion of biomass in an atmosphere of steam or air to produce a medium- or low-calorific gas.
The laboratory system is used to conduct feasibility studies to quickly determine how the firm's technology performs in processes such as reactions, drying, polymerization, devolatilization and mixing.
Thermogravimetry (TG) has been widely used to analyze devolatilization characteristics, the effect of temperature on thermal degradation, and kinetic parameters of oil shale [6-10].